# Disposable income for households by region, type of households and age. Year 2011 - 2022

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Johan Lindberg, Statistics Sweden

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Inkomststatistik, Statistics Sweden

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Peter Gärdqvist, Statistics Sweden

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2024-01-23

- Mean value, SEK thousands:
- SEK thousands
- Median value, SEK thousands:
- SEK thousands
- Mean value, percentage of value for all households:
- percent
- Median value, percentage of value for all households:
- percent

- Mean value, SEK thousands:
- Calendar year
- Median value, SEK thousands:
- Calendar year
- Mean value, percentage of value for all households:
- Calendar year
- Median value, percentage of value for all households:
- Calendar year

- Mean value, SEK thousands:
- Stock
- Median value, SEK thousands:
- Stock
- Mean value, percentage of value for all households:
- Stock
- Median value, percentage of value for all households:
- Stock

- Mean value, SEK thousands:
- Fixed Prices
- Median value, SEK thousands:
- Fixed Prices

- Mean value, SEK thousands:
- No
- Median value, SEK thousands:
- No
- Mean value, percentage of value for all households:
- No
- Median value, percentage of value for all households:
- No

- Mean value, SEK thousands:
- No
- Median value, SEK thousands:
- No
- Mean value, percentage of value for all households:
- No
- Median value, percentage of value for all households:
- No

- Mean value, SEK thousands:
- last updated year
- Median value, SEK thousands:
- last updated year

Statistics Sweden

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Field for searching for a specific value in the list box. This is examples of values you can search for.all households , single without children , single women without children ,

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Field for searching for a specific value in the list box. This is examples of values you can search for.18+ years , 18-29 years , 30-49 years ,

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Field for searching for a specific value in the list box. This is examples of values you can search for.2011 , 2012 , 2013 ,

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Disposable income is the sum of all taxable and tax-free income minus taxes and negative transfers. The income includes gains/losses, that is, the gain/loss arising from a sale (realization) of assets, for example, stocks, mutual funds or real estate.
Type of household gives the composition of the household and is broken down into Single (including Living alone), Cohabiting and Other household, all with or without children.
The Percentage of all refers to the mean and median value for different groups reported as the value in relation to the mean och median value of the whole population (at the national level). For example, 126% means that a certain group has a disposable income that is 26 percent higher than the value of the whole population and 83% means that the income is 17 percent lower than the value of the whole population.
The population is delimited to so-called full-year households, which refers to households where the adults have been registered in Sweden at both the beginning and the end of the year. Read more about the delimitations in the statistics quality declaration on the Statistics Sweden website.
The statistics include salaries and pension income from other Nordic countries from income year 2011. As of the publication of income year 2020, the statistics for the years 2011-2019 have been revised.

The extent of the total income from the other Nordic countries varies over time. For the years 2011–2014, data availability is limited, which is largely due to deficiencies in data from Norway. For 2011, there is basically no income from Norway. For the years 2012–2014, the macro amount for Norway is approximately half of the amount for 2015.

Further information can be found in the statistics quality declaration on Statistics Sweden website. The statistics include shared residence for children when the parents do not live together. As of the publication of the income year 2021, the statistics for the years 2011-2020 have been revised. See the report Income Distribution Statistics and Shared Residence for further information. Age refers to the reference person in the household. Reference person is defined as the adult in the household with the highest total earned income.

The extent of the total income from the other Nordic countries varies over time. For the years 2011–2014, data availability is limited, which is largely due to deficiencies in data from Norway. For 2011, there is basically no income from Norway. For the years 2012–2014, the macro amount for Norway is approximately half of the amount for 2015.

Further information can be found in the statistics quality declaration on Statistics Sweden website. The statistics include shared residence for children when the parents do not live together. As of the publication of the income year 2021, the statistics for the years 2011-2020 have been revised. See the report Income Distribution Statistics and Shared Residence for further information. Age refers to the reference person in the household. Reference person is defined as the adult in the household with the highest total earned income.